Grace Dible

I am currently a junior Biology major and Spanish & Pastoral Leadership minor with future educational goals to pursue an MD/PhD program in women’s health/midwifery/obstetrics. This past year, I started a feminist group, Marian University Women’s Issues Group, to explore the different inhibitions that hold people back from achieving their full human potential; feminism is meant to free all peoples from oppression. I am currently living in the Dorothy Day House Community for peace and justice. Green and sustainable science is important an important asset in helping humanity achieve peace, justice, and human potentiality.

This year I am working on research concerning the estrogen levels (endocrine disruptors) in water using medaka and zebrafish as biomonitors.

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